Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Barclays Plc LSE:BARC London Ordinary Share GB0031348658 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.88p -1.79% 157.60p 157.64p 157.72p 158.72p 155.54p 158.00p 42,147,458 16:35:26
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 21,136.0 3,494.0 9.4 16.8 27,175

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23/7/2019
21:40
Job done - well done you stupid Tory idiots. You've just voted for a buffoon who has no idea what to do today or tomorrow. Just hot air with no substance. With any luck anyway his reign won't last long, otherwise we're definitely in the sh*t Have to pinch myself to believe it's real In the next election vote for anything that moves as long as it offers everything to everyone !!! Sad state of affairs
pvee
23/7/2019
18:24
Bernie good read
portside1
23/7/2019
17:03
The failure of banking stocks to recover is a continuing source of wonder, given that big names such as Lloyds Banking Group combine dazzlingly high yields with temptingly low valuations. Falling, falling Barclays (LSE: BARC) is another that has failed to make progress, its share price falling another 16% over the past 12 months, and 25% over two years. The £27.6bn FTSE 100 group has, like the rest of the sector, been hit by Brexit, as well as low interest rates, the global economic slowdown, lingering after-effects of the financial crisis, and the subsequent regulatory onslaught. These continue to hit revenues with the bank reporting a 2% drop in the first quarter. Even more worryingly, credit impairment charges and other provisions jumped 56% to £448m, and that’s while the economy still growing. Activist threat Despite that, Barclays Group did post a profit before tax of £1.5bn. This looks good against Q1 2018’s £200m loss (although that was disproportionately hit by litigation and conduct charges). Barclays International continues to pose a conundrum, as profits fall there too. But management is reluctant to offload its investment banking arm, one of the last remaining European remnants following the departure of Deutsche. Activist investor Edward Bramson, who has a 5.5% stake, is on the case. Low interest The cloud hanging over the sector is confirmed by a valuation of just 7.2 times forecast earnings, well below the 17.85% seen on the FTSE 100 as a whole. This either looks like a tempting opportunity or a value trap, depending on your mood. The Barclays share price tempts due to its lowly valuation and 4.7% forecast yield, covered 2.9 times by earnings. Next year, that’s forecast to hit 5.4%. Brexit and the global slowdown remain a menace and with interest rates looking to head back down rather than up, the bank could struggle to improve those all-important net interest margins. Despite these worries, I still believes Barclays merits a place in a well-balanced portfolio.
bernie37
23/7/2019
16:57
Op he is a anti U.K. mp
portside1
23/7/2019
15:53
'' Markets get a Boris Bounce '' Tomorrow's headlines
buywell3
23/7/2019
15:40
Oh cmon Porty even you must see the irony in this post!
micronesiac
23/7/2019
15:01
Closed @ 160.44 for gross profit of £1,005.00. == smurfy2001 - 03 Jul 2019 - 14:22:19 - 131268 of 131584 CFD long 15,000 shares @ 153.70 Short term trade (hopefully). High risk given Brexit but hoping for push prior to results. Hopefully news on an increased interim dividend or buy back on H1 2019 results.
smurfy2001
23/7/2019
14:49
"Who is Keith Starmer?..." More like ...who was Keith Starmer!
optomistic
23/7/2019
14:46
Or is it Keir no it's Keith a man of no honour no morals no balls A gutless scumbag
portside1
23/7/2019
14:44
He is a Keith no brain not a kier
portside1
23/7/2019
14:41
Who is Keith Starmer?...
diku
23/7/2019
14:41
The city is very happy with the result
portside1
23/7/2019
14:39
I see the traitor KEITH STARMER is in Brussels selling out th,e U.K. this man is disgusting he is in talks with Eu leaders how to beat boris , and bring down the U.K. gov What a vile man and traitor he is I hope I meet this scumbag
portside1
23/7/2019
14:03
It all down to boris our only leader in 25 years
portside1
23/7/2019
13:52
Is this the Boris Boost or Boris Fart?
mondaytuesday
23/7/2019
13:52
Now how about that trade deal? Donald Trump praises Boris Johnson after leadership win DONALD TRUMP has congratulated Boris Johnson on his Tory leadership election victory, saying he will make a “great” Prime Minister. https://www.express.co.uk/news/politics/1156780/boris-johnson-tory-leadership-prime-minister-donald-trump-brexit-us-trade-deal
johnwise
23/7/2019
13:44
Great news and glad ministers and front benchers are resigning. Means Johnson will have to promote some of the back benchers who will be enthusiastic and ambitious to help him make this country great again. The Prime Minister has the final say it's his team of ministers that help run the country and do the work. Boris Johnson 'to get Brexit done' as he's made PM - Goldman Sachs raises No Deal to 20% https://www.express.co.uk/news/politics/1156755/boris-johnson-prime-minister-tory-leader-results-jeremy-hunt-PM-brexit-cabinet
johnwise
23/7/2019
13:40
............... Congrats to Boris from Buywell ................... Well done Boris although it was never in doubt was it. Now the hard part begins: 1) Stop HS2 and spend the monies more wisely , more elcrification of existing un-electrified main lines costing 20 Billion to STOP dirty diesel trains damaging babies and childrens health thus taking future strain off the bankrupt NHS. 2) Task your new Minister of Health to reduce rocketing Sepsis numbers in the NHS ............... DOUBLED IN THE LAST 3 YEARS .................. The BIGGEST KILLER BOTH IN THE USA AND THE UK and costing the NHS Hundreds of Millions in legal claims because an old 4 hour target is still in use for getting patients on IV instead of a 1 hour target. 3) Make sure the NHS fully embrace technology in the shape of robotics for laparoscopic operations . This along with 2) will reduce hospital length of stay As you know operations are and have been cancelled due to ongoing staff problems and lack of beds. Use of robotics and LiDCO Hemodynamic monitoring to optimize IV use on Sepsis patiients will SAVE 20% of lives currently being lost and reduce Length of stay in hospitals by around 10% plus. Clinical data exists to support these claims The USA are adopting LiDCO and the 1hr IV targets
buywell2
23/7/2019
13:30
Johnwise Has the worm turned?
mondaytuesday
23/7/2019
13:27
At long last. We are free of puppet May and her treacherous chums. She, combined with those despicable traitors have conned the UK and its people for three years and have cost the country £ billions. Good man Boris..Make Britain Great Again https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mBn6nUQ-Ezg
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